What's a Leyland P76 worth?

By: Unique Cars magazine

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p76 2 Alloy V8 offered good performance p76 2
p76 3 Boot could famously take a 44-gallon drum. p76 3

Unloved for years, the Aussie designed and built P76 deserved better and is now coming into its own as a classic.


Value guide: Leyland P76 

It may have been the butt of countless jokes over the years, but there's no denying the P76 was very much a local product designed for local conditions. It could famously fit a 44-gallon drum in the boot! The development may have been a little underdone, but it was a car with huge potential and owners love them. We were spoiled for choice for Aussie cars at the time and maybe we didn't fully appreciate the P76 for what it was. That's changing because people now realise just how historically significant this car is.

2000 - $2930

2004 - $2940

2008 - $6450

2012 - $6000

2016 - $17,165


Understanding the chart

Numbers: these figures are drawn from actual sales, not advertised prices.

Condition 1: Original car in very good overall condition, no work required (not concours).

Condition 2: Functional, all there, but minor repairs and refresh needed.

Condition 3: Structurally sound and working, but in need of repair.

I/D  insufficient data, approximate price range shown.

Concours cars may attract a premium.


MODEL YEAR Cond 3 Cond 2 Cond 1
P76 DELUXE V8 1973-75 $2500 $4800 $10,000
P76 SUPER V8 1973-75 $2800 $6500 $12,500
P76 SUPER V8 MANUAL 1973-75 $4000 $10,000 $16,500
P76 EXECUTIVE V8 1973-75 $3500 $7500 $14,500
P76 TARGA FLORIO 1974-75 I/D $14,000 $50,000

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